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NPFC - MIL-PRF-32150

STATIC AUTOMATIC BUS TRANSFER (SABT) SWITCH ON SURFACE AND SUBMARINE NAVAL VESSELS

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 15 July 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 29
scope:

This specification covers the Static Automatic Bus Transfer (SABT) Switch, herein referred to as the SABT (see 6.4.23) or the unit, or also referred to as a Solid State Automatic Bus Transfer (SSABT) Switch, for use on surface and submarine naval vessels. Requirements for Automatic Bus Transfer (ABT) Switches and Manual Bus Transfer (MBT) Switches are not covered in this specification. MIL-PRF-17773 specifies the requirements for ABTs and MBTs.

intended Use:

SABTs are intended for use in naval shipboard applications as devices that automatically or manually transfer power supply lines via its internal solid-state components to a connected load.... View More

Document History

MIL-PRF-32150
July 15, 2013
STATIC AUTOMATIC BUS TRANSFER (SABT) SWITCH ON SURFACE AND SUBMARINE NAVAL VESSELS
This specification covers the Static Automatic Bus Transfer (SABT) Switch, herein referred to as the SABT (see 6.4.23) or the unit, or also referred to as a Solid State Automatic Bus Transfer (SSABT)...
June 7, 2007
STATIC AUTOMATIC BUS TRANSFER SWITCH (SABT) ON SURFACE AND SUBMARINE NAVAL VESSELS
This specification covers the Static Automatic Bus Transfer Switch (SABT), herein referred to as the SABT (see 6.4.23) or the unit, for use on surface and submarine naval vessels. Requirements for...
April 11, 2005
STATIC AUTOMATIC BUS TRANSFER SWITCH (SABT) ON SURFACE AND SUBMARINE NAVAL VESSELS
SABTs are intended for use in Naval shipboard applications as devices that automatically or manually transfer power supply lines via its internal solid-state components to a completed load. When...

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